I wonder if another estate agent/cafe/food related/bookmakers had opened up there instead. would you be happier?
I see that after the auction house closure, it has now opened as "Dawlish Emporium", buying and selling second hand goods. Had a quick look, seems a bit pricey, maybe they're open to negotion though? Ellies Attic seems a better option
Is eating horsemeat really that bad? Let’s put it to the vote. All those in favour say ‘aye’, all those against say ‘neigh. I hear that they are putting uniQuorn in the veggie burgers too. I got some Tesco burgers out of the freezer earlier aaaaaannnnndddddddd.... they’re off! What next? My Lidl Pony? I've tried Sainsbury's and Tesco burgers and I have to say ...
More like shutting the stable door after the horse been bolted!
Maybe we're just a bit fussy here; In 2009, a British agriculture industry website reported the following horse meat production levels in various countries: Horse meat production levels as of 2009 Country Tons per year Mexico 78,000 Argentina 57,000 Kazakhstan 55,000 Mongolia 38,000 Kyrgyzstan 25,000 Australia 24,000 Brazil 21,000 ...
Just done a quick search for a tree museum in the uk, without any joy. Wonder if they offered Dawlish musuem something?!
Just seen the huge peices of tree trunks being carted of to wherever. Might have been nice to seem them turned into carvings to display on the lawn?
Saves time next year
I do quite a bit of my shopping locally, but I'm getting a little bit tired of this "use us or lose us" theme being banged on about all the time. Isn't it about time that some local retailers begin to realise that that it's more a case of shoppers thinking "give us a reason to use you, or lose us " Some have been making an effort (in my opinion), notably Costcutters, the new Geralds for ...